A leader of ANO (YES) movement Andrej Babis (R) is photographed by his supporter as he hands out donuts during an election campaign rally at a subway station in Prague in this October 23, 2013 file ... more 
A leader of ANO (YES) movement Andrej Babis (R) is photographed by his supporter as he hands out donuts during an election campaign rally at a subway station in Prague in this October 23, 2013 file picture. When Czechs threw off Communism in 1989, they adopted strict rules marginalising anyone with ties to the repressive old regime. But now they are asking whether it's time to move on. The soul-searching has been stirred by Andrej Babis, a businessman-turned politician poised to join a new coalition government despite allegations - which he denies - of past collaboration with the Communist secret police. To match CZECH-POLITICS/VETTING REUTERS/David W Cerny/Files (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS) less 
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